Bored of your long and lacklustre locks or want to switch up your short hair ready for summer? Supermodel and America's Next Top Model legend Tyra Banks has the answer in the form of this super sweet pixie cut.
Ok, so Tyra has world famous razor sharp cheekbones, but this boyish style isn't just for those who regularly take to the catwalk. With the warmer months on their way, long hair can be tricky to manage,and many of us feel like going for the chop.
If you're ready for a dramatic change, try this side heavy cut, with one closely cropped side and a diagonal fringe. Add in some highlights like Tyra to stop this style from looking too dense and one dimensional, and don't forget to invest in plenty of products for managing shorter hair.
Hair is cut in close at the nape of the neck, and there should be plenty of body on top. Check with your hairdresser before committing to ensure that this radical change will suit your face shape, and then get in the chair for a whole new summer you!
She may be best known to teens and young girls, but we're not ashamed to say that we often look to Disney tv starlet and pop singer Victoria Justice for some fresh style inspiration.
With her glowing skin and perfect smile, Victoria is an all-American dream, and we love to explore her summery style as the warmer months finally hit the UK. Here she steps out with a playful fishtail braid, ideal for giving us a practical yet fun look to try for that perfect London party night out.
Make sure your hair is divided into a centre parting, and start to braid down the back of your hair. Leave a section out at the nape of the neck, and once you've secured your plait at the bottom, wrap this loose segment around the middle of the braid and fix with a pin.
Loose strands around the face tucked behind the ears and flyaways around the crown add to the laid back boho appearance. Finish with a dose of shine spray, and pile on the huge statement earrings to really capture the Victorious effect!
If like us, you love to embrace the 'big hair, don't care' philosophy, you'll be green with envy when you see Zendaya Coleman's super volumised ponytail this week. Despite having received unwelcome attention for wearing her hair in dreadlocks to this year's Oscars, the young starlet is sticking to her guns and embracing her natural hair with this super sexy afro undo. To get your hair looking this bouncy, you'll need plenty of length and body, so add in clip ins if you're in need of some extra fullness. You'll also need a tight curl before you start, and you'll need to backcomb throughout to achieve this kind of thickness.
Pile hair into a ponytail that's as high onto the top of your head as you can manage, and secure tightly. To cheat the width of this look, Zendaya has pulled a section from the ponytail forward on either side, and secure to the sides of her head, instantly giving the effect that there is more hair to play with.
Zendaya isn't worrying over a little bit of frizz, so simply spritz with hairspray to hold everything in place, and get whipping that hair back and forth!
For fans of retro advertising drama Mad Men, the wait for the final season is over, as the last episodes hit the UK. Celebrating the end of an era, the cast donned their glad rags for a stylish ball, with Christina Hendricks going all out with vintage hair and makeup.
As fiesty Joan, Christina is used to playing the bombshell, and these fifties curls show that she's just as much of a knockout in real life as she is on screen. With slightly lighter red hair than we're used to seeing from Christina, this gorgeous red carpet look will never go out of fashion, especially when paired with this classic red lip and diamond earrings.
To recreate this look for a glam night in London, section hair into a deep side parting, and get to work with a wide barrelled curling tong. Tuck the smallest section behind the ear and fix with a pin or a spritz of hairspray, and why not work some back combing in at the roots to add volume that Joan would be proud of.
RnB star Ciara has often dabbled in cropped hair styles, but the dancer and singer usually finds herself returning to super long locks. For spring 2015, she has adopted a more natural look, leaving her penchant for blonde ombres behind her and returning to her dark roots.
This hairstyle is simple enough to replicate for those of us who want to achieve this look at home, provided we have the patience to grow our dos to this length. Keeping things healthy is the key, so despite trying to achieve a longer length, don't skimp on regular trims to keep split ends in check, and be sure to treat your hair with conditioning masks and heat protection sprays.
If you want a more instant effect, this look can be achieved with hair extensions, although you'll need to be sure before subjecting your hair to harsh glues and wear and tear.
For something less permanent, try clip ins for length that won't do any damage; you can pick up synthetic versions on the high street, or opt for real human hair for the ultimate Ciara style.
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